Lara (comics). Lara Croft (Top Cow)

Lara Croft (Top Cow)

lara (comics)

In one story, the adult Kal now Superman is transported to the past and encounters his parents moments before Krypton's destruction. However, stories from the 1970s onwards depict Lara in more prominent roles; one such example is the 2004 miniseries. When the 'prime' Superman arrives in this world, he joins forces with Jor-El to force the Kryptonian forces back to the city, at which point Jor-El reveals that he intends to destroy the city so that the resulting explosion will send Superman home. Biography The early life of Lara is largely unknown. In the 2009 series by Geoff Johns, Superman is first introduced to his birth mother in his teens by the spaceship that brought him to the Earth as a baby. This moment shocks Superman and brings tears to Martha Kent's eyes. Also in 2009, Lara's own family background is described.

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Lara (Character)

lara (comics)

Origin Lara was a member of the Kryptonian race who mothered Kal-El, the boy who would become Superman. In this new timeline, Lara is a member of Krypton's military forces. Along with Kara, they hide a photograph of Lara so that Kal-El will find it. See for more info and next timeline. She had found a new life, a free life, one unrestrained by the rules and standards of upper-class British society. However, as was the case in the older comics, Lara usually has a less prominent role than Jor-El in such depictions. While Jor-El was more concerned about his son fulfilling his destiny, Lara was worried no one would love him.

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Lara Croft (Top Cow)

lara (comics)

After marriage, they usually are known simply by their first names, though various versions show they use their husband's full name or last name as their married last name. She would then attend Wimbledon Private School. The Silver Age Lara, meanwhile, lived on the Krypton of the universe. Lara is the biological mother of Superman, and the wife of scientist. Under Byrne's version, Lara inhabited a cold, emotionally sterile Krypton where even bodily contact was forbidden. She was suddenly all alone in one of the most hostile environments in the world, a far cry from the surroundings she was used to. Lara went through the magazine and read the article on Von Croy, learning that he was going on an archaeological tour in Asia.

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Lara (Character)

lara (comics)

Her father agreed that it would be a good educational experience for Lara and decided to write a letter to Von Croy. In this version, she is hesitant about sending her away to a primitive world, fearing they will kill him. It is known that she was born on the planet Krypton, became a librarian and eventually married the scientist Jor-L. She first appeared in the famous video game series before having her first comic book debut in a crossover and her own subsequent comic series. See for more info and the previous timeline.

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Lara Croft and Tomb Raider Comics

lara (comics)

She is depicted with elements of her Silver Age and Modern Age selves, where she is headstrong and an equal partner to Jor-El, but instead of being a scientist she is an artist. Von Croy replied and assured him that the expedition would be a safe journey. As summarized in The World of Krypton and in various other stories , Lara was a promising in Krypton's space program. While attending a dinner in Gotham, Lara is able to save and when she intercepts 's attempted mugging, thus unknowingly preventing the creation of , Jor-El's own actions further hindering the opportunity for mankind to develop its own heroes in the belief that his family are enough. Though Jor-El didn't make it out, Superman uses a specific crystal that allows him to resurrect Jor-El for 24 hours that would allow the two to spend more time with each other. Pictures of Lara from this episode can be found here. She excelled in both academics and physical activities in school.

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Lara (Character)

lara (comics)

Clark was dipped in a tank of kryptonite enhanced liquid used to induce repressed memories to come to surface. When the family tries to stop , the villain stops his assault and moves Kandor when he discovers that Lara is pregnant, telling the group that their family isn't complete yet. In the 2004 Superman miniseries , Lara, along with Krypton and Jor-El, more or less again became their Silver Age versions, though with updated touches. Her adventures in the wild are unknown, but when she walked into the small mountain village of Tokakeriby two weeks later, Lara had changed. The expedition would end badly when Von Croy carelessly triggered a trap inside the tomb. When Lara asks if he is really willing to destroy the remaining few hundred Kryptonians to save all of Earth, Jor-El grimly observes that she has just answered her own question and triggers the self-destruct.

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Lara (comics)

lara (comics)

She and Jor-El are seen in flashback as scientists who sent Kal-El to Earth before Krypton's destruction. However, after spending years drifting in space, Lara has become bitter and egotistical, abducting the 'local' Superman and Supergirl and brainiwashing them into being dedicated Kryptonian soldiers to the point that they are willing to conquer Earth and enslave humanity to ensure Krypton's survival. During the flight back, their plane crashed deep into the heart of the Himalayan Mountains. Von Croy preached about disrespect leading to carelessness to Lara. Lara eventually rejects Jor-El's desire to 'micromanage' humanity out of fear of Earth being destroyed as Krypton was, relocating to her own estate of 'Lara-Land', where she uses red sun emitters to restrict her natural abilities and simply encourages spiritual growth while using Kryptonian technology to heal injuries. Lara's role in the Superman mythos has varied over the years, with her treatment and emphasis often depending on the decade she was written in.

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Lara Croft (Top Cow)

lara (comics)

She also sports the forehead hair curl that has become a characteristic trait of Superman's physical appearance. After Lara turned 18, her parents would send her to finishing school in Switzerland. In most retellings, Jor-El wanted Lara to accompany their son to , but Lara refused, saying their son would have a better chance of reaching Earth without her extra weight. She is eventually freed by her son and accepted into the Superman family. One of the most talented students on the Military Academy, Lara is both a skilled fighter and a bright scientist. From the cover of volume 1 141 November 1960.

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